War in Afghanistan
Netherlands pulls out of Afghanistan.
At least nine Afghan security forces are killed in clashes with Taliban forces in northeastern Afghanistan.
A Suicide attack at a wrestling club in a Hazara Shi’ite neighborhood of the Afghan capital Kabul and a second explosion apparently targeting emergency services and journalists kills at least 20 people and wounds 70 others.
A car bomb targeting a military base in the Nadali District of Helmand, Afghanistan, kills six including two soldiers.
A Taliban raid kills at least 20 Afghan police officers in southern Afghanistan.
Battle of Boz Qandahari: Two United States military personnel, four Afghan Commandos, and 30 civilians are killed in clashes with the Taliban in Kunduz province, Afghanistan.
Ghor Province Governor's spokesman claims ISIL insurgents killed 26-42 civilians in his governed province, Afghanistan.
A battle rages in the Kunduz Province of Afghanistan as the Taliban launches its spring offensive to capture the city of Kunduz. According to a Taliban spokesperson, several outposts already fell to them but this could not be verified immediately while a police chief says that the security forces were keeping "the situation under control".
U.S. airstrikes in eastern Afghanistan hit an ISIS radio station and kill 29 militants.
President of the United States Barack Obama announces that he will keep 5,500 troops in Afghanistan.
A suicide car bomb kills 25 people and wounds 10 in southeastern Afghanistan close to a U.S. base.